This page contains the destrict champions history for D7. You can click on the year of interest to see all the scores details.

2022 District 7 Season Championship Standings (updated 05/17/22)

2022 District Champions

2021 District 7 Season Championship Standings (updated 11/05/21)

2021 District Champions

Sportsman - Don Hendricks
Intermediate - Russ Nichols
Advanced - Larry Tougas
Masters - Chris Fitzsimmons
FAI "Silver" - Bill Wallace
FAI/F3A - Chip Hyde

2019 District 7 Season Championship Standings (updated 10/22/19)

2019 District 7 Champions

Sportsman - Marta Horvath
Intermediate - Peter Vogel
Advanced - Larry Tougas
Masters - Jerry Budd
FAI "Silver" - Gary Banducci
FAI/F3A - Tony Frackowiak

2018 District 7 Season Championship Standings (updated 10/24/18)

2018 District 7 Champions

Sportsman - Marta Horvath
Intermediate - Dan Burns
Advanced - Larry Tougas
Masters - Jonathan Carter
FAI "Silver" - Gary Banducci
FAI/F3A - Tony Frackowiak

2017 District 7 Season Championship Standings (updated 11/08/2017)

2017 District 7 Champions

Sportsman - Russ Nichols
Intermediate - Dan Lipton
Advanced - Gary Banducci
Masters - Tony Frackowiak
FAI "Silver" - Bill Wallace
FAI/F3A - Kirt Campbell

2016 District 7 Champions

          Sportsman - Roger Arthur
          Intermediate - Peter Vogel
          Advanced - Gary Banducci
          Masters - Tony Frackowiak
          FAI - "Silver": Don Atwood
          FAI/F3A - Matt Kimbro

 

2015 2015 District 7 Champions:

Sportsman - Donald Fox
Intermediate - Gary Banducci
Advanced - Derek Emmett
Masters - Kirt Campbell
FAI - "Silver": Don Atwood
FAI/F3A - Chip Hyde

2014 District 7 Champions:

Sportsman: Steve Lampert
Intermediate: Jamie Schoolcraft
Advanced: Robert Fish
Masters: Kirt Campbell
FAI - "Silver": Don Atwood
FAI-F3A: Matt Kimbro

2013 District 7 Champions:

Sportsman: Jamie Schoolcraft
Intermediate: Christopher Walker
Advanced: Jon Bruml
Masters: Matt Stringer
FAI: Chip Hyde
 

2012 District 7 Champions:

Sportsman: Brock Vaughn
Intermediate: Robert Fish
Advanced: Jon Bruml
Masters: Chris Fitzsimmons
FAI: Matt Kimbro
 

2011 District 7 Champions:

Sportsman: Jean Greear
Intermediate: Greg Meierhoff
Advanced: Dale Olstinske
Masters: Tony Frackowiak
FAI: Matt Kimbro
 

2010 District 7 Champions:

Sportsman: Jean Greear
Intermediate: Jacob Boracca
Advanced: Dale Olstinske
Masters: Tony Frackowiak
FAI: Matt Kimbro
 

2009 champions:

Sportsman: Jacob Boracca
Intermediate: Mike Greear
Advanced: Kevin Sung
Masters: Tony Frackowiak
FAI: Don Atwood
 

2008 champions:

Sportsman: Greg Meierhoff
Intermediate: Kevin Sung
Advanced: Scott MacAfee
Masters: Chris Fitzsimmons
FAI: Troy Newman

2007 champions:

Sportsman: Mike Greear
Intermediate: Matt Kimbro
Advanced: Brouce Brown
Masters: Chris Atwood
FAI: Troy Newman

2006 champions:

Sportsman: Chris Johnson
Intermediate: Mike Miller
Advanced: Bill Wallace
Masters: Jerry Budd
FAI: Scott Covey

Here are the rules for D7's championships:

NSRCA District 7 Season Champion Rules  (since 2017)

  • Who is eligible?
    • The NSRCA District 7 Season Champion title and trophy are sponsored by the NSRCA and are open to any current NSRCA District 7 member. You must join the NSRCA prior to your first contest for district points to count for that contest and all others after for the current season.
  • What classes are eligible?
    • All AMA pattern classes are eligible for a season champion award. (Sportsman, Intermediate, Advanced, Masters and FAI-F3A) If a new or experimental class is being tried out in the district, it is up to the District VP to decide if a season champion award will be offered for that class.
  • How is the season champion determined?
    • The season championship for a class is made up of two scores. The cumulative season total score and the pilots score at the District Championship contest. The highest total score in a class is awarded the Season Championship Perpetual trophy to hold until the next season champion is determined and also a “keeper” Season Championship trophy.
  • Cumulative Season Total Score
    • This score is the sum of a pilots three best contests flown in the district during the year. (A pilot may use two scores from an out of District contest to count towards these three contests) The pilots score is normalized against the top attending NSRCA District 7 member pilots score in his/her class to a maximum of 33.33333334 points. (If an out of district contest is used, the pilots score is normalized against the highest placing NSRCA member at that contest) Thus, if a pilot is an NSRCA District 7 member and attends and places first at four contests during the year in their class they will have a Cumulative Season Total score of 100 points. If a pilot places first in a contest but is not an NSRCA member or is an NSRCA member from a different District, then the 33.333333334 points for that contest are awarded to the highest placing NSRCA District 7 member. All other season champion points for that contest are calculated relative to the highest placing NSRCA District 7 member.
  • District Championship Contest
    • The annual season ending District Championship contest is normalized to 100 points for the top placing NSRCA District 7 pilot. An NSRCA District 7 pilot who wins their class at the District Championship contest is awarded 100 points. The highest possible total Season Championship points are thus 200 points. (100 possible for Cumulative Season score and 100 possible for winning the District Championship contest)